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  • ETOP 2017 Proceedings
  • (Optica Publishing Group, 2017),
  • paper 104526C

The hierarchical teaching method exploration for curriculum design of photoelectric discipline

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Abstract

This paper is mainly introducing the exploration of the hierarchical teaching method for curriculum design of photoelectric discipline. Due to the primal problems which extensively exist in current teaching on curriculum design practical course, some new suggestions are discussed in the aspects of teaching contents, experimental schemes, instruction modes and assessment methods. The curriculum design practical course should be updated with the professional hot spots. Combining the big class oriented instruction and group instruction, a hierarchical teaching mode is established, which implements layered training with a wide range for all students. With all of these efforts the teaching method of curriculum design practical course can be improved.

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